Dallas Property of Bonnie & Clyde Torn Down

Bonnie & Clyde Place of Interest: The outlaws, Bonnie & Clyde from Dallas, Texas are known worldwide. The picture below is the home of Clyde Barrow. It was a filling station. Clyde Barrow along with his 8 siblings and parents lived in the back part of this filling station. This area of West Dallas has … Read more

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Bluebonnets in April 2022, Ennis, Texas

Several more weeks still to experience The Bluebonnets in Ennis, Texas. You can explore the “Official Bluebonnet City of Texas” just 40 minutes south of Dallas. I’ve driven the Bluebonnet Trail many times, and I’ve attended the Bluebonnet Festival. The quest for finding the best bluebonnets in Texas is annual pilgrimage that only Texans can … Read more

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Norse,Texas is a Viking Ghost Town

Norse, Texas is a Viking Ghost Town. Since it’s a ghost town, it’s now referred to as the Norse Historical District or area. It is located in Bosque County on TX FM 182 between Clifton and Cranfills Gap. A great time to visit this area is in the spring during the Bluebonnet season. Norwegian Settlement … Read more

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Old West Ghost Town in Texas, The Grove

I love old, abandoned buildings and ghost towns. There is something eerie and fascinating about these places that are historically suspended in time. This Old West Ghost Town in Grove, TX is one of these places. It definitely peeked my curiosity and did not disappoint. Old West Ghost Town in Texas, The Grove The Grove … Read more

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Bicentennial Park Playground, DFW is Incredible

Bicentennial Park Playground, DFW is Incredible. It’s one of our favorite parks in DFW, Dallas, Texas. We especially love the dragon-themed layout, play areas designed for children of different ages, and so much more. Dragon Playground It’s called Bicentennial Park, but our family has another name for the playground in the park. Because the playground … Read more

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17 Irish Kid-Friendly Movies to Watch

17 Irish Kid-Friendly Movies to Watch

Every year, I get so excited to celebrate the Irish culture on St. Patrick’s Day and for the whole week really. My time living abroad in Ireland forever changed me as a person; “My Biggest Life-Changing Moment.” Now I have fun sharing my memories and teaching my kids about St. Patrick’s Day and the Irish culture. … Read more

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Chalk Ridge Falls | Hidden Gem off I-35

Chalk Ridge Falls | Hidden Gem off I-35. I’ve made many I-35 road trips Dallas to Austin. It can be a tiresome congested nightmare, especially if you have a car full of kids. Chalk Ridge Falls is a perfect stop to exit congested traffic, stretch legs, hike, enjoy a spring-fed waterfall, and walk an Indian … Read more

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Black Forest, Germany | Relax and Enjoy

Black Forest, Germany, Relax and Enjoy! Ya, right? For one month, I traveled through Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, and Austria solo with my three young boys ages 8, 5 and 5 (twins) years old. It was adventurous and dreamy, it was always educational, sometimes shocking, often enjoyable, but never relaxing. Then, we found ourselves in … Read more

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The Sweet Science of Candy Making – Chemistry

It’s snowing again in Dallas, Texas. From playing in the snow to creating some winter science experiments, we are having fun with our snow. I just published a post How to Make Snow Candy. This post, The Sweet Science of Candy Making, is a follow-up to further explain the chemistry behind that snow candy. The … Read more

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How to Make Snow Candy – Winter Science

This Winter Science post, How to Make Snow Candy, is a delicious lesson. Teaching this Chemistry lesson is 100% guaranteed to create a reaction! How to Make Snow Candy Materials Needed: Real Maple Syrup Clean snow Saucepan or pot Container to hold snow Candy thermometer (we didn’t use this) To Make: Pour syrup into a … Read more

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